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Franklins Cars & Parts Wanted
September 28, 2015
WANTED PRE-1908 FRANKLIN, ANY MODEL, PROJECTS WELCOME!
TODD FROM MINNESOTA 320-979-5684
June 16, 2015
Wanted: set of 1933 Olympic "headlites" for an 18B. Also, looking for a set for a 1934 Olympic 18C. These cans have the parking lite bulb inside the can as well as the regular headlight bulb.
Also, need the "oil tapet line and connections" for a side draft engine. Or information where I can get the connectors. I would like to have the whole system on an engine I plan to rebuilt ... even though most people don't bother with them.
Thanks, Frank (long, long time member) (909) 296-0980
Franklins For Sale
September 29, 2015
For Sale: 1909 Franklin Model G Price $85,000. USD
Engine Completely Rebuilt (new crank case) - 2008 New Rear Axle - 2009 Repainted - 2013 Extra Parts: New Engine Valves Contact: Glen Gray - 248.672.0404 - email@example.com
May 23, 2015
FOR SALE: 1929 FRANKLIN MODEL 130 4 DOOR SEDAN: NEW PRICE ASKING $7,900. USD
Dry stored for many years, Local Pacific North West History, Believed last road driven in 1952. Odometer shows 32,273. Last started and driven in our driveway in 1992. Almost complete, with many extra parts, wood wheels on the car, wire wheels (some with rust) and extra drums and hubs, chromed wire wheel tire locking rims, re-chromed bumpers front and back, Huge headlights with glass lenses, fender lights, have front shutters, bumper brackets. First year of steel frame, have additional photo’s if requested. Car is located in Surrey, B.C. about 125 miles north of Seattle, Washington. Vehicle is Washington Titled.
If interested please email: Barry Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call for information 1-604-538-0415
May 23, 2015
For Sale: 1924 SERIES 10B SEDAN: Asking (New Price) $15,000. USD
This 1924 Series 10 Sedan was my grandfather's car, Alonzo Shinn, who was a surveyor and real estate appraiser in New Jersey. It was restored in the 1940's by one of his neighbors, who then drove it around in Franklin events and parades for a couple of decades. The car last drove around Princeton, NJ in 2004 but has been cared for including sitting on jacks in a dry storage garage. I'd very much like to keep it in the Franklin Club..
If interested please email: James Shinn at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org